Former Military president, General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida (rtd), yesterday undertook a critical view of the predictions made by soothsayers, including the United States of America that Nigeria will disintegrate in 2015 and suggested ways to ensure the predictions do not become a reality.
Justice Farouq Lawan of the High Court in the northern Nigerian state of Kano on Thursday 31 January sentenced one Auwalu Ibrahim to three years imprisonment with the option of N250,000 fine for allegedly stealing the sum of N4,524,000 (Four Million, Five Hundred and Twenty Four Thousand Naira Only) between May 30, 2010 and February 25, 2011 in a debit card fraud. The accused person pleaded guilty to the one count charge preferred against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. The charge read: “that you Auwalu Ibrahim, between 30th May 2010 to 25th February 2011 committed a theft of N4,524,000 using United Bank For Africa ATM card thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 286 of the Penal Code and punishable under Section 287 of Penal Code”
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has arrested twenty suspected internet fraudsters, otherwise called yahoo-yahoo boys. The arrest which was carried out in a joint operation with officers of the 4 Brigade of the Nigerian Army, Benin, followed intelligence report on their activities. They were nabbed in a surprise raid on their Caber office tucked in an old building located on Silk Road , Benin City
Nnamdi Felix / Abuja Nigeria’s Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Mohammed Adoke has bowed to pressure to file charges against Farouk Lawan and Mr.
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The Partenopei had been monitoring the former Barcelona youth for several months, but were unable to strike a deal with his club before the end of the January window
By Evelyn Usman ABUJA — The Inspector-General of Police, Mr Mohammed Abubakar, has offered an automatic employment to a serving Youth Corps member, following what was described as her outstanding performance during the compulsory one year primary assignment. The female Corps member identified as Cynthia Kings Ovie, who graduated with a Second Class Upper
FUNSHO AROGUNDADE Nigerian Star actress, Kate Henshaw, has finally been unveiled as 2013 Samsung brand ambassador. The Nollywood icon was presented alongside R&B star, Banky W, as 2013 brand ambassadors for Samsung Mobile Division at a special media breakfast meeting in Lagos today
After trouble broke out ahead of a Europa League match at Old Trafford last February, a judge has barred individuals ranging from 26-42 years of age from all football grounds
A team of Child Rights focused NGOs on Wednesday rescued two children accused of witchcraft at Okopedi Market, Okobo in Akwa Ibom.
Nnamdi Felix / Abuja A Nigerian appellate court siting in Abuja on Thursday dismissed an appeal filed by Alhaji Jibrin Isah Echocho challenging the nomination of Governor Idris Wada as the candidate of the People’s Democratic Party for the December 3rd 2011 governorship elections in the state. In a unanimous judgment delivered by Justice Tinuade Akomolafe-Wilson, the court held that the federal high court was right to have dismissed Echocho’s suit and held that the trial court lacked the jurisdiction to entertain the but pointed out that the court should have closed the matter at that stage by simply striking it out if its cause list. The appellate court noted that further proceedings or orders made by the trial court is tantamount to a nullity in law
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